When a man becomes converted (square off an 8 1/2" x 11" paper & cut off excess),
if he is truly converted then he allows God to change change him (fold twice - corner to corner).
It's important that he be truly converted & holds tight to his convictions because the process of true conversion can be difficult or trying & brings trials that will test his choice. (cut 3 slits in paper towards the fold).
But as he holds true to his convictions (unfold paper & tape corners of smallest slit together to form a tube shape),
he discovers changes have occurred (tape next slit corners opposite side as the 1st one was taped).
He discovers that he has become a small part of something beautiful & joyous (tape last slit corners on same side as 1st slit);
truly an instrument shaped by the Lord's own hands. His joy becomes overflowing as he is joined by others. (Make 5 others & connect them at bottom tip(center) & on sides leaving gap where 6th one will be).
This was used discussing Alma the Younger the Sons of Mosiah's true conversion, there trials among the Lamanites, & Ammon's expression of joy in chap. 26 after the meaning conversions. Concluded with v. 12-13, & 16.
We can experience this same joy if we become truly converted & hold tight to our convictions. "God can do more with us than we can with ourselves so we ought to let him." (as quoted by Thomas S. Monson)